NO LITTLE FOXES

Earnest students of Christian Science soon learn in the very earliest periods of their study that a knowledge of God as a dear Father-Mother can heal their difficulties, even the minor ones. The importance of destroying the little discords in human experience is indicated thus in the Song of Solomon (2:15): "Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes."

When the writer became a student of Christian Science, she quickly discovered that her religion not only could heal serious diseases, the results of accidents, grief, and so on, but could help her to go through a day of various incidents with calm, poise, and blessing.

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